Eyewitness Storm Team Weather Update

The Northland Braces for Another Storm Saturday Evening.
A fast-moving winter storm moves toward the region tonight and Sunday. A Winter Storm Warning remains in effect from 9PM through Noon tomorrow. Heavy snow is expected for Northern Minnesota and NW Wisconsin with 5-8 inches possible. The Arrowhead and North Shore could receive 10-12 inches due to lake enhancement. The snow will begin moving into the region around 4PM and intensify by 8PM. Plan on difficult travel conditions this evening into Sunday morning. The Eyewitness StormTeam is monitoring the forecast and will updates throughout the weekend. Enjoy your Saturday.

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